Archive For The “States’ Rights & Nullification” Category

Romney Text Announcement Fuels Liberal Rumors As Senate Seat Race Heats Up

Romney Text Announcement Fuels Liberal Rumors As Senate Seat Race Heats Up

Utah Governor Gary Herbert believes that Mitt Romney is the ideal candidate for the soon vacant Senate position. Mitt Romney has not been President Trump’s biggest fan, however, he recently made a private announcement which could either be positive for the right or threaten the president’s efforts, dividing the Republican party. On Sunday, former presidential…

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$958 BILLION Welfare, California Has Highest Poverty Rate In America As 60 Percent Baffles Democrats

$958 BILLION Welfare, California Has Highest Poverty Rate In America As 60 Percent Baffles Democrats

Nancy Pelosi represents California’s 12th district who advocates for policies like mass immigration which contribute to the states crippling poverty rate. According to the United States Census Bureau Supplemental Poverty Measure, California has the highest poverty rate in the country. One in five people in California are living in poverty and the state’s residents account…

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Intruder Opens Fire On Family But Marine Defender Faces Life Sentence As Democrat Force Follows Orders

Intruder Opens Fire On Family But Marine Defender Faces Life Sentence As Democrat Force Follows Orders

Detroit Police Department were crucial in apprehending and charging both Joey Nelson and Michael Wilson. Nelson, a marine vet, faces life in prison for defending his house from Wilson who was released quickly after the incident. It seems that every day in the United States of America the citizens are reminded of the duality of…

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Father Confiscates Teen’s Phone, Police Called After Shocking Plan “For Cash” Discovery Made

Father Confiscates Teen’s Phone, Police Called After Shocking Plan “For Cash” Discovery Made

Just recently, the O’Fallon Police Department recently arrested 17-year-old Andrew Spensberger after his father turned him in for possessing child pornography (pictured above). A few weeks ago, on the day before New Year’s Eve, a father from O’Fallon, Missouri confiscated his 17-year-old son’s phone to punish him for bad behavior. After taking the device, the…

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Arizona Bill Would Ban Resources for Federal Marijuana Enforcement

PHOENIX (Jan. 15, 2018) – A bill introduced in the Arizona House would ban the state from using resources to help the federal government enforce marijuana prohibition laws against people who are in compliance with the state law legalizing marijuana for medical purposes.  Passage into law would greatly lessen the federal government’s ability to continue its…

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Mississippi Bill Would Set Foundation to Nullify Executive Orders

JACKSON, Miss. (Jan. 15, 2018) – A bill introduced in the Mississippi Senate would set the foundation to nullify federal executive orders that are contrary to the Constitution and not explicitly approved by Congress. Sen. Michael Watson (R-Pascagoula) introduced Senate Bill 2152 (SB2152)  Jan. 9 to rebuke perceived lawlessness and overreach committed by the executive branch…

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Indiana Bill Would Clear Way for Commercial Hemp Market, Set Stage to Nullify Federal Prohibition

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Jan. 15, 2018) – A bill filed in the Indiana House would expand the state’s hemp law to prohibit state prosecution of people who sell or possess industrial hemp and industrial hemp products. Passage of this legislation would open the door for a commercial hemp market in the state, setting the foundation to nullify federal…

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West Virginia Bills Would Terminate Common Core in the State

CHARLESTON, W.V. (Jan. 15, 2018) – Three bills introduced in the West Virginia House of Delegates would end Common Core in schools throughout the state. Dels. Pat McGeehan (R-Hancock) and Michael Folk (R-Berkeley) introduced House Bill 2214 (HB2214) on Jan. 10. The legislation would void Common Core standards and create a framework to establish proven…

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Missouri Bill Would Legalize Hemp, Set Stage to Nullify Federal Prohibition

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (Jan. 15, 2018) – A bill filed in the Missouri House would legalize industrial hemp, setting the stage to nullify federal prohibition of the plant in practice. Rep. Paul Curtman (R-Washington) introduced House Bill 2034 (HB2034) on Jan. 10. The legislation would legalize industrial hemp in the state by removing it from…

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Convicted Triple Murderer Cries Foul, Demands New Trial After Lawyer Action, Supreme Court Involved

Convicted Triple Murderer Cries Foul, Demands New Trial After Lawyer Action, Supreme Court Involved

Death row inmate Robert McCoy is still insisting on his innocence. His case, however, is more unusual than the average prisoner’s. claims that his constitutional rights were violated when his defense attorney ignored his desires and told the jury he was guilty. A Louisiana death row inmate is about to have his case re-evaluated by…

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South Carolina Senate Bill Would Create Foundation to Review and Reject Unconstitutional Federal Acts

COLUMBIA, S.C. (Jan. 15, 2018)  – A bill filed in the South Carolina Senate would create a joint legislative committee to evaluate the constitutionality of federal laws, creating a foundation to take further action to nullify unconstitutional federal acts in effect. Senator Rex F. Rice (R-2) filed Senate Bill 855 (S855) January 9. The proposed…

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Liberal Governor Joins Muslim Advocates To Hide ‘Refugee’ Cost, Create Furious Plan As GOP Panel Formed

Liberal Governor Joins Muslim Advocates To Hide ‘Refugee’ Cost, Create Furious Plan As GOP Panel Formed

South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard is pushing for the state to ignore the costs of refugee relocation in the state. Monitoring the state budget and taking care to protect the interest of each citizen of your state is usually a significant and fundamental part of being Governor. This should hold true regardless of whether the…

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Democrats Blame Trump For Clinton Act, Public’s Terrified Reaction “No Time” Claimed

Democrats Blame Trump For Clinton Act, Public’s Terrified Reaction “No Time” Claimed

Tulsi Gabbard, a Hawaiian politician, voiced disappointment that President Donald Trump didn’t make a statement on the fake message before the scare was over. Though it only lasted 10 minutes, at least this is a rational, if somewhat silly, thing to complain about in this situation. On Saturday, a simple message sent Hawaii into a…

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Convicted Transgender Traitor Makes Democrat Senate Bid, Party Divided As “New Gestapo” Claimed

Convicted Transgender Traitor Makes Democrat Senate Bid, Party Divided As “New Gestapo” Claimed

Thanks to Obama, a traitor can run for U.S. Senate. Convicted leaker and American traitor Chelsea Manning has officially declared that she will run for Senate in Maryland, challenging longtime Democrat Ben Cardin. Manning, a transgender who was previously known as Bradley Manning, submitted her paperwork on Friday with the Maryland Secretary of State. In…

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14-Year-Old Arrested After California City Council Issues ‘Food Sharing’ Ordinance, Kindness Outlawed

14-Year-Old Arrested After California City Council Issues ‘Food Sharing’ Ordinance, Kindness Outlawed

Those feeding the homeless want to know what right the city has to interfere. There is a very disturbing trend happening in the U.S.A. It used to be that offering help to those in need was encouraged, yet today the milk of human kindness is as illegal as bootlegged liquor during prohibition. The Conservative Daily…

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Missouri Bill Would Prohibit State Enforcement of FDA Rules on Certain Animal Medications, Nullify Them in Effect

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (Jan. 12, 2018) – A bill filed in the Missouri House would ban state enforcement of certain FDA rules relating to medications in animal feed. If passed, the legislation would take a big step toward nullifying these unconstitutional FDA mandates in effect. Rep. Jeff Pogue (R-Salem) prefiled House Bill 1750 (HB1750) on…

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Open Windows And Candles Alert Neighbors, Detroit Police Discover “Crazy” Month Long Act

Open Windows And Candles Alert Neighbors, Detroit Police Discover “Crazy” Month Long Act

Detroit Police Chief James Craig commented on the unsettling discovery found in the Monroe home. Michigan police made a disturbing discovery after neighbors requested a wellness check on a home on New Year’s Eve. The Monroe residents reported that an odd smell was coming from one of their neighbors’ homes; they also found it suspicious…

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Bill Would Make Tennessee a Gun Rights “Sanctuary State”

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Jan. 12, 2018) – A bill introduced in the Tennessee House would prohibit state cooperation with enforcement of federal and international gun control, giving effect to legislation signed into law over the last two years. If passed, the law would help end any such gun control within the state in practice and effect. Rep. Terri…

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Canada Won’t Return Building, Historic Uproar As Storm Threatens U.S. Artifact While Chainsaws Rev

Canada Won’t Return Building, Historic Uproar As Storm Threatens U.S. Artifact While Chainsaws Rev

Independent Senator King From Maine (pictured) is doing his best to help save the building, but it is uphill battle to save this underwater structure. When it comes to storms and bad weather, America has never been a weaker, more thin-blooded lot than we are now. If two snowflakes fall, school is called off, libraries…

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Alabama Committee Approves Bill to Eliminate Marriage Licenses, Nullify Federal Control in Practice

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (Jan. 12, 2018) – On Thursday, an Alabama Senate committee overwhelmingly approved a bill that would abolish marriage licenses in the state and effectively nullify in practice both sides of the contentious national debate over government-sanctioned marriage. Sen. Greg Albritton (R-Bay Minette) prefiled Senate Bill 13 (SB13) in September. The legislation would abolish…

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